Bakery Employee Insults Police Officer Behind His Back - She Doesn't Realize Who Heard Her

No matter their profession, race or gender, everyone deserves to be treated with respect and courtesy when they walk into a restaurant or store. However, because of growing negative views towards the authorities, many police officers are being insulted and degraded by the people they have sworn to protect.

One police officer in North Dakota was recently subjected to a series of disrespectful comments after he met with his girlfriend, Elizabeth, at a bakery called Insomnia Cookies in Fargo. Elizabeth was inside the restaurant waiting for her partner but when he pulled up in his patrol car, she heard the bakery employees snickering, saying: “oooh the little piggies are here.” The outraged girlfriend immediately turned around and responded, “Excuse me, that’s who I’m waiting for. The officer you just called a pig, that’s my boyfriend he’s supposed to meet me.”

Sadly, the disrespectful attitudes of the bakery employees left the woman so disgusted that she and her boyfriend went somewhere else, saying: “I was so hurt and angry at her behavior I got up and left. My officer might be used to people calling him names but I’m not. I think this employee is horrible, and she said this out loud for everyone in the place to hear.”

After further contemplation, Elizabeth took to Facebook to criticize the employees at Insomnia Cookies and the culture of the bakery itself. In an extensive Facebook post, the woman furiously wrote: “Shame on you Insomnia Cookies. That employee deserves to be fired. Is she going to insult or make fun of a special needs person in front of customers next? I just can’t believe it. You insulted the person who will help you no matter what you do or say. He’ll always be there. You insulted and degraded my loved one because he chose a life of service. Shame on you!”

The Facebook post went viral, attracting thousands of likes and hundreds of shares with many people commenting their support and anger towards the bakery. Due to the negative publicity, the manager of the bakery contacted Elizabeth and apologized for the incident, stating that the employee had been dealt with and affirming that Insomnia Cookies respected “law enforcement 100%.” The apology was well received by Elizabeth who updated her Facebook post, saying: “I feel positive it’s in earnest and I’m willing to give them a second chance. Also, if you shared the other posts please share this one as well.”

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